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    Machines!

    Machines!

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    Machines! is a scientific how-to TV series developed by Discovery's Science Channel that focuses on demystifying and untangling the complexities of modern machinery. It offers a unique behind, inside, under, over, in front of, and through look at ordinary and extraordinary machines with both photographic and computer animated views to take us into places most people or even the light of day ever see. Have you ever wondered just how a bowling pinsetter works? What about an escalator? Machines! gives you that chance to see how the modern marvels of machinery, from power plants to roller coasters, tattoo machines to carousels, and yes, even the bowling pinsetters and escalators, work. It is an entertaining and engaging way to see how these things fly, flood, push, pull, and tick in a way that does not require a sledgehammer or a risk of losing a finger.moreless
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    Brainman

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    Brainman is a Discovery Channel documentary that takes viewers inside the peculiar brilliance of a man called a "super brain," Kim Peek.
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    PopSci's Future Of

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    PopSci's Future Of examines how one important characteristic of human life will fundamentally change within our lifetimes.
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    Faces of Earth

    Faces of Earth

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    Explosive volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, floods and even human beings contribute to the constant changes on the Earth's surface. Uncover the deep mysteries of our planet with top geologists in Faces Of Earth. Using state-of-the-art computer animation and stunning photography, these four in-depth, compelling programs explore how these forces shape the Earth and how, in turn, the Earth has shaped human evolution.moreless
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    Quest for the Goblin Shark

    Quest for the Goblin Shark

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    You thought Jaws was scary? Just wait until you see this guy's chompers.
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    Heavy Metal Task Force

    Heavy Metal Task Force

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    Heavy Metal Task Force drills deep underground, slashes through ice and soars about the clouds.
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    Weird Connections

    Weird Connections

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    See how bizarre experiments can lead to new technologies.
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    Eco-Tech

    Eco-Tech

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    Eco-Tech delves into the most cutting-edge innovations in environmentally-friendly ways to deal with waste, producing energy, building homes, etc.
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    Ecopolis

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    In Science Channel's groundbreaking new six-part series Ecopolis, Nobel Prize-winning scientist Dr. Daniel Kammen uses the Ecopolis blueprint as a test bed for new technologies that could reshape the environmental circumstances of the future mega-city. Each episode investigates several different visionary, technology-driven solutions to specific future mega-city challenges, such as how to produce enough food and water; find clean and reliable energy sources; reduce our reliance on oil for transportation; discover new ways to manage waste; and, increase the energy efficiency of city buildings.moreless
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    Discover: Engineering

    Discover: Engineering

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    Discover: Engineering is The Science Channel series that takes a look at engineering marvels around the world, from jets to bridges, underwater machines and giant structures. Each episode focuses on the men and women who work in the industries, as well as their machines they use and the products they engineer. We learn the science behind the designs, and the difficult and often dangerous construction of the finished projects. Learn about industries like construction, where men and women brave terrain, weather, and huge machines to build and destroy buildings, and work-related deaths are in the thousands. Climb aboard awesome vehicles like the Harrier, a plane that flies at high speeds and can take off and land vertically, without a runway. Check out extreme rides like race cars, powerboats, and rollercoasters, deep sea exploration machines and more, and learn about engineering feats like giant bridges, all on The Science Channel's Discover: Engineering.moreless
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    Brainwashed

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    In this episode of Curiosity, researchers and experts go through the science to see if normal people can be brainwashed into being assassins.
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    Odd Folks Home

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    Strip the City

    Strip the City

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    Insect Autopsy

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    Planet Ant

    Planet Ant

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